Steve failed to seat the RAM properly.
Steve put DDR SDRAM in a DDR 2 slot.
The CPU cannot handle 1 GB of RAM.
The motherboard can use only one RAM slot at a time.
What speed of RAM does he need?
What type of RAM does he need?
How many pins does the RAM have?
Can the system handle that much RAM?
The motherboard requires SDRAM, not RDRAM.
The motherboard requires DDR SDRAM, not RDRAM.
The motherboard requires all four slots filled with RDRAM.
The motherboard requires that the two empty slots be filled with CRIMMsfor termination.
His motherboard only supports single-channel memory.
His motherboard only supports dual-channel memory with DDR RAM, not DDR2.
He needs to install a third RAM stick to enable dual-channel memory.
He needs to move one of the installed sticks to a different slot to activate dual-channel memory.
Check the motherboard book.
Open the case and inspect the RAM.
Check the Device Manager.
Check the System utility in the Control Panel.
Gregor installed DDR RAM into a DDR2 system.
Gregor installed DDR2 RAM into a DDR system.
Gregor installed RAM that didn’t match the speed or quality of the RAM in the system.
Gregor installed RAM that exceeded the speed of the RAM in the system.
She installed faulty RAM.
The motherboard could only handle 1 GB of RAM.
The motherboard needed dual-channel RAM.
There is no problem. Windows always does this initially, but gets better after crashing a few times.